4 star campsite in the heart of the Camargue

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+33 (0)4 67 71 15 65

Opening days
1st April to the 24th September

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Map with the main cities of Languedoc


The cities of Languedoc

Between History and Modernity


Arena of NîmesNîmes

The Roman monuments, by their majesty and their exceptional preservation, contribute to forge the identity of Nîmes. Some events among the great classics in Nîmes, Flamenco festival, Biography Festival, Roman games, Féria, Jeudis de Nîmes.



Place de la Comédie de MontpellierMontpellier

Capital of Languedoc-Roussillon, unique example in Europe of town mixing controlled urbanism and 1000 years of History. Entertainment, world-renowned festivals, an outstanding gastronomy and the worship of great wines. A major destination to learn French and a city renowned for its medicine and its stringed-instrument makers.



Barges on the Canal du Midi


The vine growing, the rugby or Féria, which gathers every summer approximately a million participants. The tourism in Béziers is the Historic Center, Canal du Midi and the 9 locks of Fonséranes, registered by Unesco, on the list of the World heritage.



Course camarguaise dans les arènes d'Arles


Registered on the list of the World heritage of the Humanity of Unesco, Arles is the city which counts most Roman monuments after Rome. Arles it is also a museum, Féria, the exhibitions, Van Gogh.
Arles is one of the world capitals of the bullfighting. Opened to the tourism which is the first activity of the city, it welcomes many festivities throughout the year: in December, “Drôles de Noël”, in April, the Easter Feria, and in the summer months, the International meetings of the photography In September the rice feria.



Pont d'Avignon


Avignon, Capital of the Christendom in the Middle Ages, kept the imprint of this grand fate: the palace of the Popes, the bridge Saint Bénezett, ramparts, exceptional monumental ensemble classified in the UNESCO world heritage, the tens of churches and chapels, so many vestiges of past rich in history which give to the city a unique atmosphere.